Some good news for the new year: In what the Pentagon called a “significant milestone” in the effort to close the prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the military announced Tuesday that the United St
“Law Grad Working Retail” is a new blog, authored by a 2013 law school graduate who got no-offered by a fancy firm (This means he wasn’t offered a post-graduation position as an asso
Is there an industry as profoundly immoral as the apparel industry, where rich people in rich countries can create a production process where poor people in poor countries die and the fashion and appa
I’m not too big on the idea of hero, but there is something about the person persecuted for making others’ lives better that gets to me. One of the greats passed away yesterday. Dr. Kennet
In yesterday’s post on the Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act, Joe B in comments pointed us out to the official MSHA statistics on mine deaths between 1900 and 2012. It’s remarkable.
Oregon wins. When I arrived at the University of Oregon in the autumn of 1992, Nick Aliotti was the linebackers coach. He was shortly promoted to defensive coordinator, and after several years of tu
Are your eyes deceiving you or are you really looking at Ted Cruz giving the “THIS GUY” finger point to a Constitution tree sprouting pre-historic-sized butterflies? Nope. It’s the second one. A
Some links for the penultimate day of 2013… Interesting stuff on how the Russians think about BVR (Beyond Visual Range) air combat. Penultimate call for Duck of Minerva 2013 blogging award nomin